When Hay Lin stayed over at the Lyndons' home, she meets Karl and Tecla Ibsen, an elderly couple who appeared to have a connection with Eric's new school. Karl tells Hay Lin about the Ragorlang, a monster that absorbs the thoughts, the voices, and the sounds of its victims. Coincidentally, a few students at Eric's school are getting inactive as if they had lost their youthful strength. The same evening, Hay Lin gets attacked by a Ragorlang and was saved just in time by the other Guardians. Soon they discover who is behind the new threat: Tecla Ibsen. She wanted to be young and beautiful again and used her magical ability to conjure up and control the Ragorlangs, ordering them to steal the youthful strength of the teenagers by absorbing their thoughts and voices. The Guardians managed to defeat her and her Ragorlang. Unfortunately, Tecla returns, but as a frail, older woman, who cannot summon a fully grown Ragorlang. Tecla brainwashed a magical girl named Erin, making her believe that the Guardians are the Ragorlangs and that it was their fault that her brother, Kader, went missing. At first, Erin uses her magic to make the girls hate each other while posing as an exchange student. The Guardians eventually helped her find her brother despite their hate for her.
A soundtrack album for the series was released in 2007: Music From and Inspired By W.I.T.C.H. Among other tracks inspired by the series, it includes full-length renditions of the first international TV series theme as well as the US version.
Salem Rula Nader is the daughter of an Armenian American immigrant and a woman who fled the tabled city of witches and warlocks, Limbo Town. In 1936. Salem's parents abandoned their six-year-old daughter to save themselves from the "Limbo Town Curse" and retreated to an unknown dimension. Young Salem was left to inherit her mother's Limbo Town Curse. This curse was put upon any female who deserted Limbo Town, causing 'bad fates' to befall those the deserters grew dose to. Because of the wicked curse, anyone Salem cared for would quickly find their life negatively affected in a variety of unscrupulous and unfortunate ways, from stepping in a deep puddle to being hit by a bus and killed. The curse was unpredictable and unbecoming. For most of her young life. Salem lived on the streets of Boston alone, until the 10-year-old encountered Doctor Fate in June of 1940. Despite her protests, Doctor Fate took Salem in to protect her from the villainous Wotan. who wanted to sacrifice the child to acquire power During her time with Doctor Fate, Salem learned that he was immune to her 'bad fates' curse. This provided great relief for Salem, and a person she could finally open her heart to Soon after. Salem became known as the Witch Girl, the often grating and usually arrogant sidekick to Doctor Fate. Although Salem kept her distance from others so that they might avoid the Limbo Town Curse, on occasion she would connect with someone and they would end up distraught, in the hospitals or dead. As the years went on, Salem grew more disillusioned as again and again she and Doctor Fate were unable to free her from the Limbo Town Curse. After Doctor Fate's girlfriend, Inza Cramer was almost killed because of the curse, Salem disappeared. However, Doctor Fate suspected Salem been abducted and taken back to Limbo Town. He went to the Justice Society Dark for help, but even together they were unable to locate her. The Witch Girl has not been seen since. Beyond the 'bad fates' curse she inherited from her mother, Salem also is a witch-in-tralning with great mystical knowledge and power, owing to both her heritage from Limbo Town end her tutelage under Doctor Fate as well as the secrets she unlocked within Fate's tower. Although the Witch Girl's skills are vast, she often overextends her reach and disaster occurs, While other sorcerers call it a death wish, Doctor Fate Calls it initiative. Salem has a loyal familiar named Midnight who takes the form of a black cat (and on occasion a mystical panther of terror) and an enchanted and fussy broomstick known as Sweep.
In cat form, she is a purple cat with large yellow eyes, ears with pale bushy tips and a long curly tail. She wears a smaller version of her witch's hat and a collar with a round bauble that has three triangles etched into it to resemble a jack-o-lantern's face.
Soul then "betrays" Maka for Blair and is eventually revealed to be a ruse; he transforms into a scythe and Maka uses him to defeat Blair by cutting her in half. Once Soul had eaten Blair's soul, he noted the absence of the surge of power, only after which Blair turned up in cat form and noted that she was not a witch, and they had only been assuming that. Maka then recalled what Death said earlier and realized that eating Blair's cat-soul meant they had lost all the 99 previous Kishin souls they had captured. Afterwards, Blair continued to follow Soul and Maka. Maka questions how Blair is following and assumed she is a ghost, though Blair simply tells questions her if she's aware of how many souls a cat has. She also asks Soul to be hers playfully.
First up was a reel of highlights from the shorts, including pieces featuring a comedic take on Animal Man; a more serious Doom Patrol; a team-up between teenage versions of Wonder Girl, Supergirl and Batgirl; and a Batman short created by Aardman Animations, the company behind the "Wallace & Gromit" movies. 2b1af7f3a8